A Practical, Three-Day Forum for Industry Professionals to Illustrate How the Current Regulatory, Legislative, And Technical Landscape Can Impact Your Business.

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This 3-day forum provides current information on topics that could have a significant impact on your business. The Forum features carefully curated sessions focused on emerging legal, technical, legislative, and regulatory issues.

This event is open to all industry professionals eager to learn and engage while getting up-to-date information on important emerging technical and regulatory issues.

Attendees will enjoy on-demand access of the recorded sessions after the live event.

 

Why Attend?

  • Subject Matter Experts
  • Professional Networking
  • Expand Your Knowledge
  • Trending Industry Topics
  • Discuss Industry Issues

Final Forum Agenda

  • Day 1, March 22, 2022

    12:00 – 12:15 PM ETWelcome Introduction of Event, Sessions & Experts
    12:15 – 1:15 PM ET – Session 1 – How Changes to the Federal Regulation of Cosmetics Could Directly Impact Your Business
    Speakers:
    • John Bailey, Former FDA Director of the Office of Cosmetics & Colors, EAS Consulting
    • Sharon Blinkoff, Senior Counsel, Locke Lord
    • Dan Kolhoff, Director Regulatory & Legal Affairs, John Paul Mitchell Systems
    • Dr. Robb Akridge, Founder, Opulus Beauty Labs

    Description:
    There have been several attempts at updating the Federal Regulations for Cosmetics over the past years.

    We are still operating primarily on the rules and definitions adopted nearly 85 years ago. Yet another attempt has been made to create an update in the past two years.

    This session will examine some of the background and critical elements being considered, including product/facility registration, safety dossiers, adverse reaction reporting, GMP, and fees.

    We will spend some time discussing the potential impact of these proposals on small businesses and the need for Federal pre-emption from ad-hoc State regulations.

    Finally, we would like to present a vision for industry regulation that couples scientific advancements and a future-facing regulatory approach designed to help our businesses bring ever-improving and more substantial products to the consumer.

    1:15 – 1:30 PM ET – BREAK  Sponsored by Focal Point    

    1:30 – 2:30 PM ET – Session 2 – California Update: Initiatives Impacting Reporting and Formulation

    Speakers:

    • Brendan Collins, Partner, Ballard Spahr
    • Erin Carter, Associate, Ballard Spahr

    Description:

    This session will cover key state-level legislative and regulatory activity applicable to cosmetics and personal care products that could significantly impact your business if enacted.  Practical guidance will be given for the recently effective FFIRKA, proposed CARB VOC amendments, PFAS legislation, and trends to watch in high volume litigation areas such as Prop 65 and PFAS.

    • Overview of CARB Consumer Products Amendments & timelines
    • Prop 65 activity in the beauty & personal care product space
    • PFAS – proposed CA legislation and litigation trends related to “forever chemicals.”
    • Fragrance & Flavor Right to Know Act – reporting overview

    2:30 – 2:45 PM ET – BREAK          

    2:45 – 3:45 PM ET – Session 3 – Additional State Activity: A Case for National Uniformity

    Speaker: Debbie Waite, Co-CEO, Steinberg & Associates

    Description:

    This session will cover critical state-level legislative and regulatory activity, as well as some notable proposals that could significantly impact your business if enacted.

    Practical guidance will be given for the recently enacted bills and trends to watch:

    • Activity from Florida, New York, Washington, and Oregon
    • Key pending legislation: disposable wipes, ingredient prohibitions (including PFAS), truth in labeling, UV filters, microplastics, packaging/extended producer responsibility, and the CROWN act.
    • What actions should you take?

    3:45 – 4:00 PM ET – BREAK           

    4:00 – 5:00 PM ET – Session 4 – Risks of Unacceptable Preservation

    Speaker: Dr. Keith Goins, Director Microbiological Services, Consumer Product Testing Company

    Description:

    This session will cover an overview of risks that cosmetic products with ineffective preservation present to cosmetics and personal care product companies.  With product trends addressing sustainability and environmental impact, what do brands need to watch when it comes to micro issues?   Do consumer storage and usage impact the efficacy of the preservation system?  What can go wrong if a product is under-preserved?

    • Do we need to worry about micro issues for waterless products, concentrate products, refillable products?
    • How effective are natural preservatives?
    • What micro testing procedures should I have in place for product development, production, post-market?

    5:00 – 5:15 PM ET – Closing – Final Day 1 Comments & Forum Adjourns to Day 2

  • Day 2, March 23, 2022

    12:00 – 12:15 PM ET  – Welcome – Introduction of Sessions & Experts

    12:15 – 1:15 PM ET –  Session 1  – EU & UK Update: Key Practical Guidance for Doing Business in the EU and UK in 2022 and Beyond  

    Speaker: Dr. Frederic Lebreux, CEO, Biorius

    Description: This session will cover an overview of recently enacted EU & UK regulatory activity, as well as some notable proposals that could significantly impact your business if enacted.

    • Recently enacted changes to cosmetic regulation including prohibited and restricted ingredients
    • Are there anticipated regulatory changes beauty businesses need to start preparing for now?
    • Are there actions a U.S. brand needs to take with respect to EU and/or UK REACH?

    1:15 – 1:30 PM ET – BREAK  Sponsored by EcoMundo

    1:30 – 2:30 PM ET – Session 2 – China CSAR Update: What Do US Companies Need To Know About Exporting To China in 2022

    Speaker: Robert Kiefer, General Manager, REACH24H

    Description: Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR), the long-awaited new cosmetic regulation in China, officially came into effect on January 1, 2021. To achieve the thorough implementation of CSAR, a series of supporting rules have also been released, which cover aspects including cosmetics registration and notification, ingredient submission code, animal testing exemption, efficacy evaluation, cosmetic labeling, etc. This session will provide a complete overview of the new cosmetic regulatory framework in China first, and then illustrate the regulatory changes as well as detail new compliance challenges in the new framework.

    2:30 – 2:45 PM ET –  BREAK

    2:45 – 3:45 PM ET – Session 3 – Canada Update: Topics range from Blue Box to The Shopping Channel. What U.S. Companies Should Expect in Canada in 2022?

    Speakers:

    • Gordon Greenwood, Managing Partner, Maclaren Corlett LLP
    • Mary Griffith, Associate, Maclaren Corlett LLP

    Description: This session will cover key changes that can impact how U.S. companies need to prepare to export cosmetics, NHPs, and DINs to Canada. Practical guidance will be given for the recently enacted regulatory changes, and trends to watch such as the Hotlist additions, labeling changes, and more.

    • Blue Box Program – does this apply to U.S. exporters
    • Notable regulatory initiatives
    • Trends or wishful thinking

    3:45 – 4:00 PM ET –  BREAK  

    4:00 – 5:00 PM ET – Session 4 – Cosmetic Regulatory Updates in the Asia-Pacific Region

    Speaker: Robert Kiefer, General Manager, REACH24H

    Description: 2021 witnessed significant events and progress in the cosmetic industry in the Asia-Pacific region. Japan launched a new version of the overarching technical standards for quasi-drugs, the Japanese Standards of Quasi-drug Ingredients (JSQI 2021). South Korea introduced the natural and organic cosmetic raw material certification mechanism. China, Taiwan, ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand), India, and Australia have also undergone several regulatory updates. In this session, the speaker will detail the updates on cosmetic regulation in the Asia-Pacific and introduce further opportunities for U.S companies to export to this region.

    5:00 – 5:15 PM ET             Closing  Final Day 2 Comments & Forum Adjourns to Day 3

  • Day 3, March 24, 2022

     12:00 – 12:15 PM ET –  Welcome Introduction of Sessions & Experts

     12:15 – 1:15 PM ETSession 1Sunscreens – Changing Regulations and Emerging Issues

    Speakers: 

    • Sharon Blinkoff, Senior Counsel, Locke Lord
    • Craig Weiss, President & Co-CEO, Consumer Product Testing Company

    Description

    This session will cover fundamental changes that may significantly impact how U.S. companies can formulate & market sunscreen products for the U.S. While the future of sunscreen regulation in the U.S. is not certain, the recent FDA activity will be discussed, as well as the impact of proposed state-level legislation on the category. 

    • Final Order & Deemed Final Order
    • Proposed Hawaii legislation 
    • MUsT guidance
    • Trace contaminant testing and risks 

     1:15 – 1:30 PM ET – BREAK

    1:30 – 2:30 PM – ET Session 2Advertising Update: Hot Topics & Risks

    Speaker: Ed Glynn, Of Counsel, Locke Lord

    Description

    This session will cover vital issues related to advertising beauty and personal care products in 2022. FTC set 700 letters to advertisers in 2021 – what can we expect as a follow-up in 2022? What are some best practices for working with influencers and advertising online, including monitoring and using customer reviews?

    • FTC Activity & Enforcement Trends
    • Influencer Marketing & Online Reviews
    • Consumer and Third Party Reviews 
    • Negative Option Marketing and “Dark Patterns”
    • Problems from Supply Chain Delays

    2:30 – 2:45 PM – ET – BREAK

    2:45 – 3:45 PM – ET – Session 3 NAD Advertising Challenges Update, Class Action Trends & Practical Guidance 

    Speakers:

    • Annie Urgurlayan, Deputy Director, NAD
    • Emilia McKee Vassallo, Associate, Ballard Spahr

    Description: This session will provide a NAD update discussing notable cases and a discussion of class action trends with guidance to reduce exposure.

    • Significant updates from NAD – lessons learned from advertising challenge case studies;
    • Class Action trends beauty and personal care companies should be aware of;
    • Best practice/practical guidance to minimize risk and respond to litigation if filed.

     3:45 – 4:00 PM ET – BREAK

    4:00 – 5:00 PM ET – Session 4 – Recycling Symbol Labeling Rules: Conflicting Requirements

    Speaker: Angela Diesch, Partner, Amin Talati Wasserman

    Description: This session will cover practical overviews and guidance for recycling symbol labeling requirements for domestic and international cosmetic labels.

    • EU – is harmonization coming? And the Green Dot logo
    • France – Triman logo & sorting instructions
    • Italy – Law Decree no. 228, no. 116
    • U.S. recycling symbols & California’s SB 343

     5:00 – 5:15 PM ET – Closing  Final Day 3 Comments & Forum Adjourns 

Featured Speakers

Edward Glynn

Locke Lord

Edward Glynn

Edward Glynn is Of Counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of Locke Lord. As a former senior official in the Federal Trade Commission, Ed's practice includes advising clients facing federal and state regulatory investigations, including FTC investigations, and reviewing advertising campaigns for compliance with regulatory requirements. He also actively represents clients in proceedings before the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus. Ed is rated AV “Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell and was named as one of the “Best Lawyers in America” for Advertising Law.
He previously served for over 14 years in various positions with the FTC as a senior official and also as a trial attorney where he led several of the most significant investigations undertaken by the FTC and represented the Commission extensively in litigation in the United States District Courts and Courts of Appeals. Ed also served on the United States Delegation to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and as Chair of the OECD Working Group on Competition and Intellectual Property.

Craig Weiss

Consumer Product Testing Co.

Craig Weiss

Craig Weiss received a B.S. in biology for Monmouth College, prior to arriving at Consumer Product Testing Co. Craig held technical positions at Del Laboratories, Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals (Proctor and Gamble) and Roxane Laboratories.

Craig began his career with Consumer Product Testing Co., Inc. as the Vice President of the Analytical Service Division, which was comprised of the Microbiology and Analytical Chemistry departments. The Analytical Service Division, offers such varied services as water system validations, analytical methods, cleaning validation, production environmental monitoring and routines analysis.

In 1993 Craig became a corporate Vice President and in 1999 he became the President of Consumer Product Testing Co., Inc.

Craig is active in many trade organizations and is a member of IBA board of directors, serving as the chairman of its technical, regulatory committee. Craig is also a member of the SCC serving on the COSA committee and PCPC serving on its Scientific Advisory Committee. Additionally, Craig sits on numerous international expert panels, ICCR and JCCT for examples.

Annie Ugurlayan

National Advertising Division

Annie Ugurlayan

Annie Ugurlayan is a Senior Staff Attorney at the National Advertising Division. Since 2003, she has handled over 150 cases and has successfully argued appeals before the National Advertising Review Board. Annie is also a frequent lecturer at conferences nationwide and abroad. Annie is a published author. Annie is actively involved in various bar associations, serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation and is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. She is fluent in French and Armenian and proficient in Romanian. Annie is a graduate of Hamilton College (B.A., magna cum laude -- French and World Politics) and Hofstra University School of Law.

Robert Kiefer

REACH24H USA Inc.

Robert Kiefer

Robert Kiefer is the General Manager of REACH24H USA Inc., located near Washington, DC in Reston, VA. REACH24H USA is a subsidiary of REACH24H Consulting Group, a global regulatory consulting company headquartered in Hangzhou, China with offices in Taiwan, South Korea, Ireland, UK and USA. REACH24H provides chemical regulatory compliance services for companies trying to navigate the regulatory maze in China and Asia-Pacific countries, EU, UK, and North America. In addition, REACH24H offers expanded services for the pesticide, cosmetic, food & food contact, and pharmaceutical industry sectors.

REACH24H is an IBA Preferred Partner for China cosmetic regulatory services. Because of REACH24H’s global footprint and that it offers Chinese Supplier Chain Management services, Robert also sits on IBA’s Supply Chain & Sustainability Resource Committee.

Robert’s career spans almost thirty years in Washington, DC working for two major trade associations in the chemical and formulated products industries. Prior to joining REACH24H, Robert served as Director of Regulatory and Technical Affairs for the American Chemistry Council (ACC), and before that with the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA now HCPA) where he served as Director of Scientific and International Affairs. He has extensive regulatory advocacy experience in domestic and global chemical control regulations, trade policy, hazard communication, consumer products, and pesticides.

Robert earned a BS in Biology from James Madison University.

Emilia McKee Vassallo

Ballard Spahr

Emilia McKee Vassallo

Emilia McKee Vassallo is an experienced trial attorney and counselor representing businesses in false advertising and complex commercial litigation, in addition to defense of government investigations. Emilia has defended class action claims on behalf of fortune 100 and other companies, and conducted internal investigations of high profile, highly sensitive matters for major corporations. Her experience also encompasses advising on antitrust and securities-related compliance.

Angela Diesch

Amin Talati Wasserman, LLP

Angela Diesch

Angela Diesch is an attorney with extensive experience representing cosmetic brands. As a litigator, Angela defends against commercial, products liability, and class action litigation threats. As regulatory counsel, she helps companies reach and maintain regulatory compliance. As outside General Counsel, Angela helps cosmetic companies meet the daily challenges that arise in the dynamic and competitive cosmetic industry. Angela’s unique focus on cosmetics, particularly in the natural and organic sector, includes extensive experience assisting with product packaging and labeling, claim review and substantiation, and third-party certifications. Angela is a Partner with Amin Talati Wasserman, LLP, chairs NSF International’s Joint Committee on the Good Manufacturing Practices for Cosmetics, is a member of the Global Retailers and Manufacturers Alliance, a member of Independent Beauty Alliance, an advisory board member to NOHBA, and author of the blog, CosmeticsAndTheLaw.com.

Dr. Robb Akridge

Opulus Beauty Labs

Dr. Robb Akridge

Gordon B. Greenwood, B.A., LL.B.

Maclaren Corlett LLP.

Gordon B. Greenwood, B.A., LL.B.

Gordon Greenwood is Managing Partner of the law firm of Maclaren Corlett LLP. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Western Ontario and a law degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax. His practice is primarily focused on regulatory, intellectual property and corporate and commercial law, advising domestic and multi-national clients in addition to Canadian and U.S. trade associations, and, as well, is a trade-mark agent and a Registered Lobbyist. He was voted Lawyer of the Year for 2022 by his peers for Advertising and Marketing in his area and has been the subject of articles in magazines, has led webinars on advertising and marketing as well as cosmetics regulation, has been published in trade magazines and is frequently a speaker or panelist at legal and regulatory conferences in Canada and the U.S.

Mary Griffith

Maclaren Corlett LLP

Mary Griffith

Ms. Griffith focuses on business law matters, particularly advertising and marketing issues, and on developing preventive and practical approaches to business situations.
She deals with the issues, policies, and laws related to the restriction of competition in the market place including such matters as promotional pricing, contests, premiums, consumer promotions, and misleading advertising. Mary also routinely reviews advertising and sales copy for compliance with various federal guidelines, regulatory body guidelines, ASC, and various provincial authorities. Mary is also a frequent consultant to Advertising Standards Canada.

Prior to obtaining her law degree, Mary had an extensive business career with several multinational corporations. She has been listed in Best Lawyers in Canada since 2006, for advertising and marketing law. Mary is called to the bars of Ontario and New York.

Dr. Fredrick Lebreux

Dr. Frédéric Lebreux is a reputed professional of the Cosmetic Industry specializing in the safety assessment and the legislation (Europe, North America) of consumer products. Fred Lebreux wrote more than 50 expert articles in trusted books, journals and magazines and gave dozens of lectures and webinars in international professional events.

Fred Lebreux holds a Ph.D. in Organic & Medicinal Chemistry and a Master in Management. After a post-doctoral position at the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris where he developed new pathways for the synthesis of biologically active substances, he was hired by IFRA, the International Fragrance Association. After a few years at the position of IFRA Scientific and Regulatory Manager, he was promoted IFRA Scientific Projects Manager. In both positions, Fred actively contributed as a lobbyist to defend the collective interests of the global fragrance industry before the European Union.

After 5 years with IFRA, Fred joined BIORIUS at the position of Scientific and Regulatory Director. At BIORIUS, the leading consultancy company in scientific and regulatory services for the Cosmetic Industry, he developed further the competences of his team, ensured the quality of deliveries, improved important processes, created effective working relationship with Biorius’ clients and solved complex issues.

In October 2015, the Board of BIORIUS nominated Fred as the new Chief Operating Officer, entrusting him the daily operations of Manage’s office. In his new role, Fred took over the global supervision of the Department of Operations and the Department of Scientific and Regulatory affairs and contribute to strengthen their current organization.

In March 2019, Fred was appointed General Manager of the company to lead the four offices of BIORIUS and achieve new successes with his fine team of experts.

Beyond its corporate responsibilities, Fred is recognized as an expert in its field and regularly writes for several internationally renowned journals. For several years, he also teaches Regulatory Toxicology and Regulatory Affairs at the ISIPCA School and ISC Paris Business School.

Sharon Blinkoff

Locke Lord

Sharon Blinkoff

Sharon Blinkoff represents manufacturers, ‎marketers, and distributors of cosmetics, ‎dietary supplements, over the counter ‎drugs, and medical devices as well as ‎beauty appliances and other consumer ‎products and luxury goods. She regularly ‎advises clients on compliance with the ‎laws enforced by the FDA, CPSC, and the ‎FTC, and obtaining FDA registrations and ‎‎510k premarket clearances. ‎Sharon Chairs the Firm’s Advertising, Marketing & Social media section and is a Co-Chair of the FDA Regulatory group.
For many years Sharon has played a ‎leadership role in the Cosmetics and ‎Personal Care Industry serving on the ‎Board of Directors and as Corporate ‎Secretary for the Independent Cosmetic ‎Manufacturers and Distributors (ICMAD) ‎Trade Association. Sharon, on behalf of ‎ICMAD, has served as part of the industry ‎negotiating team that met with ‎representatives of the US FDA to develop ‎a framework for new Cosmetic legislation. ‎She has also been an active participant on ‎behalf of the industry, by submitting ‎comments on FDA's proposed changes to ‎the OTC Monograph proceedings and the ‎proposal to require IND's for cosmetic ‎testing, as well as other regulatory ‎proceedings both state and federal that ‎impact on the Cosmetic and Personal Care ‎industry.‎

Having served as Division and Regulatory ‎Counsel for Bristol-Myers Squibb/Fortis ‎Clairol Division, as well as Senior Counsel ‎for Revlon, Sharon brings considerable ‎experience in representing regulated ‎businesses on a broad range of regulatory ‎and business matters. She also served as ‎General Counsel to Ethan Allen Inc. and ‎was part of the management group that ‎restructured the company and took it ‎public. With her broad regulatory ‎experience and business background, she ‎brings considerable knowledge and ‎expertise to the challenges faced by her ‎clients. Having spent her early career as a ‎patent attorney for the National Institutes ‎of Health, Sharon also brings a keen ‎understanding of the technical side of the ‎regulatory process and the interplay ‎between regulatory issues and IP assets ‎and how they relate to the client's ‎business strategy.‎

Sharon has successfully defended clients ‎in regulatory proceedings before the FDA ‎and the FTC, and has instituted and ‎defended clients in advertising challenges ‎before the NAD, ERSP and the FTC as well ‎as in Lanham Act litigations. She has also ‎assisted in the structuring business ‎transactions involving regulated products ‎and industries, including corporate ‎acquisitions and divestitures, public ‎offerings, joint venture and distribution ‎agreements.‎

John Bailey

EAS Consulting

John Bailey

Dan Kolhoff

John Paul Mitchell Systems

Dan Kolhoff

Dan Kolhoff is an attorney with 20 years of experience with consumer product companies, handling international development and regulatory affairs. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and his law degree from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Dan has worked at Herbalife, Nestle USA, Murad, and Guthy-Renker and currently oversees Regulatory Affairs for John Paul Mitchell Systems. The scope of products he has worked on includes cosmetics, OTCs, foods, supplements, medical devices and consumer products.

Brendan Collins

Ballard Spahr

Brendan Collins

Brendan K. Collins is the Leader of Ballard Spahr LLP’s Manufacturing Group and an environmental lawyer. He has litigated civil, criminal and administrative matters in numerous state and federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He advises clients on permitting and regulatory matters, as well as government and regulatory affairs, where he counsels clients on current regulations, prepares comments on proposed legislation and handles regulatory challenges in the appellate courts. Brendan represents chemical companies, personal care manufacturers and others in government investigations, enforcement actions, citizen suits and toxic tort claims. He has also litigated matters involving chemical storage and hazardous materials transportation.


Emilia McKee Vassallo is an experienced trial attorney and counselor representing businesses in false advertising and complex commercial litigation, in addition to defense of government investigations. Emilia has defended class action claims on behalf of fortune 100 and other companies, and conducted internal investigations of high profile, highly sensitive matters for major corporations. Her experience also encompasses advising on antitrust and securities-related compliance.

Erin M. Carter assists clients in a variety of environmental litigation and provides counsel on regulatory and transactional matters. She is a member of the firm’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Group. Erin represents clients in complex environmental litigation, and assists them in the management of environmental risks associated with acquisitions and divestitures. She also advises clients on permitting and regulatory matters, including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), California's Prop 65, and emerging matters related to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

Erin Carter

Ballard Spahr

Erin Carter

Debbie Waite

Steinberg & Associates

Debbie Waite

Debbie is a dedicated professional with more than 25 years of industry experience in Cosmetic Regulatory Affairs. Her expertise includes regulatory oversight for several multi-million dollar product line launches. She is adept at helping clients structure their marketing claims to make the strongest compliant claim possible, and ensuring product warnings are meaningful and concisely worded. With more than 20 years’ MSDS responsibility, the SDS she authors are truly meaningful and compliant without being overly cumbersome. Her attention to detail ensures that product formulations are thoroughly reviewed and packaging artwork is fully compliant and consistent.

Keith Goins

Consumer Product Testing Company

Keith Goins

Keith Goins, Ph.D. has served as Director of the Microbiological Services Division of Consumer Product Testing Company, Inc. since 2005. This division offers varied testing services for the Cosmetic/Personal Care, OTC/Rx Drug, and Medical Device industries. Testing services include Microbial Limits Testing, Preservative Efficacy/Challenge Testing (USP, EP, ISO and PCPC methods), Antibiotic Potency, Water Testing, in vitro Time Kill Testing, Environmental Monitoring, Water Activity and other routine/non-routine tests.

Keith received a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Middle Tennessee State University and his Ph.D.in Microbiology from Auburn University. Prior to joining Consumer Product Testing Company, Keith held technical positions at SGS and Wyeth.

Keith is a member of the PCPC Microbiology Committee and has participated in the ASTM E35 committee.

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